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NYAT has a new website

The National Youth Arts Trust is pleased to launch a new website which we hope you will enjoy using.

The new site aims to help individuals more easily apply for funding and support others by donating.

It also presents the charity’s work in an attractive, consistent and responsive style, which displays well on all screen sizes from mobile and tablet up to large desktop computers.

We hope the site works well for you. If you have problems with the new design, please let us know so that we can fix any teething troubles.

This news item was posted on 27 November 2018.

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